Emmenologia: In qua fluxus mulierbris menstrui phaenomena, periodi, vitia cum medendi methodo, ad rationes mechanicas exiguntur.Oxford: e theatro Sheldoniano, 1703.
Translated into English as Emmenologia: Written, in Latin, by the late learned Dr. John Freind. Translated into English by Thomas Dale, M.D. London: Printed for T. Cox, 1729.
Digital facsimile of the 1752 English translation from Google Books at this link.
Subjects: OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY › GYNECOLOGY › Menstruation
The history of physick; from the time of Galen to the beginning of the sixteenth century. 2 vols.London: J. Walthoe, 1725 – 1726.
Freind was the first English historian of medicine, and his book is a classic study of the period with which it treats. Freind dabbled in politics and planned the above work while committed to the Tower of London on a charge of high treason, a charge of which he was innocent. Sir Robert Walpole, Prime Minister at the time, suffered much from renal calculi and called in Richard Mead, a great friend of Freind. Mead refused to treat Walpole until Freind was released, and this was speedily arranged!
Subjects: History of Medicine: General Works